Let's say a patient is treated with a triazole (e.g. Itraconazole) for an oral thrush infection and the fungus acquires resistance to it, then is that resistance against other triazoles too (e.g. Fluconazole) ? Or can Fluconazole (in this example) be used to treat the infection?

Any related medical papers or guidelines talking about the same will be appreciated. I tried searching for this but most papers talk about resistance w.r.t to a single triazole for a specific fungal species.

Edit: E.g. papers I found -



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